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Barfoot & Thompson wins REINZ 2017

Barfoot & Thompson wins REINZ 2017 Large Agency of the Year Award

The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) is delighted to announce that Barfoot & Thompson has won the 2017 REINZ Large Agency of the Year Award for the sixth consecutive year.

Bayleys Real Estate was the finalist.

Bindi Norwell, Chief Executive at REINZ says: “These awards are all about celebrating the best of the best throughout the country. As always, there was a high calibre of entries resulting in some tough calls for some of the judges.

“Congratulations to all our winners for your achievements over the past 12 months – these accomplishments are something you can be extremely proud of. Thank you for helping to raise the bar of the real estate industry and for all your hard work,” she concludes.

The 2017 REINZ Awards for Excellence were held at the Auckland Museum and saw 37 awards handed out to agents from different sectors of the industry. The full list of awards and their recipients is available below.

ENDS



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